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South Korean Comedian Gets Six Months for Smoking Pot Twice

In late December, South Korean comedian Song In Hwa was given six months in prison and two years of a suspended sentence for using cannabis on two separate occasions – including once in the US.  Song, who has appeared on numerous Seoul B...

Want to Get Rich? Legalize Weed Nationwide

Legalizing marijuana is a one of the most viable opportunities a state has for strengthening their economy and more state governments should follow Colorado’s lead.

Colorado Pot Shops Will Run Out of Weed

In Colorado, people are smoking so much weed that pot shops fear there will be a shortage.

Florida Drug Court Judge Drunk on the Job

  A Florida judge who created a “drug court” to divert misdemeanor pot users into treatment allegedly came to the courtroom so inebriated she had to be removed from the premises by a chief judge and landed in rehab two days later. On Dec...

German Pot Grow Ops on the Rise

Cannabis cultivation in the northeastern German state of Mecklenburg Western-Pomerania has expanded greatly in the last three years. This increase is primarily attributed to the Dutch crackdown on pot gardens initiated in 2011.   According to offic...

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